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08/03/2011

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Hugs and prayers for you of course!!

Chris

those pesky 'old issues'...they're killer. stalkers. unexplainable still to our grown-up selves. like you said, even when things are going great..still they lurk...they tease you with pastries.. never with the carrots...they let you forget you are special.
but you will surface and take control. you know this and this power will offer safe passage in these troubled waters even on dark and stormy nights..please know you are not in the boat alone.
'i am the captain of my ship.. 'you know the rest. say it out loud. you are too special not to.

It seems like whenever one part of life falls into place, another falls through a crack.

I'm sorry you're struggling -- Lots of us are thinking of you right now!

Also, would love a recommendation for a food therapist (have been thinking about trying one myself), especially if s/he's remote: alexiskgrant@gmail.com.

Sending virtual HUGS!

i'm in the same boat- struggling with the same issues-work/life happiness... I would love the name of the food and/or fertility therapist. i'm looking to find one myself.

remember you are not alone!

Sending you lots of good thoughts and prayers. I don't know why this road has to be so hard for so many great people. It's time for you to finally be a mommy, dammit!

I have tried to type something here several times. It always sounded hollow and sycophantic.

So I'm just sending love. LOVE.

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